Temple of the Emerald Buddha - Amazing Thailand

This series is based over my reflections upon visiting Thailand.

Shahjahanabad (Const 1648 CE)- The Legacy of Delhi Series (Vol 8)

'Shahjahanabad' is the eighth post in a series of 9 articles on the former capital cities which were built in the historical region of Delhi. Read on to know more..

Hill Fort of Kumbhalgarh, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Know more about this incredible World Heritage Site here..

The Immortal Kumbh Mela - Mahakumbha of 2013

Believed to be the largest congregation of mankind in the world, read my series of posts to know how it feels like to be amongst a magnitude of people

Guru Dongmar Lake, one of the highest in the world

Few destinations have the ability to change your life; Sikkim being one of them. Check out the series 'Sikim Soujourn' to find out why ?

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Friday, June 27, 2014

Picture of the Week #89 - Jangali Maharaj Temple, Pune (Late 19th Cent AD)

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Picture © Rohan Anirudh Singh

Friday, June 20, 2014

Picture of the Week #88 - Pataleshwar Cave Temple Complex, Pune (8th Cent AD)


A Panoramic 180° Pic of the Pataleshwar Rock-Cut Cave Temple built during 8th century by the Rashtrakuta Dynasty. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The circular mandap in centre left of the pic has a statue of the Nandi Bull which faces the Garbha Graha (Sanctum Snactorum).

Friday, June 13, 2014

Picture of the Week #87 - Pataleshwar Cave Temple, Pune (8th Cent AD)

Picture © Rohan Anirudh Singh

Friday, June 6, 2014